April 2017


     Intakes:

  •     6 Canine intakes
    •  1 Stray
    • 5 Owner surrenders
  •      10 Feline intakes
    • 5 Strays
    • 5 Owners surrenders


     Adoptions:

  •      3 Canine adoptions
  •      6 Feline adoptions

Year in Review 2016

February 2017


Intakes:

  •     4 Canine intakes
    •  1 Stray
    • 3 Owner surrender
  •      2 Feline intakes
    • 1 Stray
    • 1 Owner surrender


Adoptions:

  •      5 Canine adoptions
  •      3 Feline adoptions

2nd Chance Animal Rescue's Animal Stats

Lifesaving:


  •    247 came into our care
  •   191 went to loving homes*
  •    Live Release Rate** 77%

June 2017


     Intakes:

  •     4 Canine intakes
    • 1 Stray
    • 3 Owner surrenders 
  •     11 Feline intakes
    • 5 Strays
    • 6 Owner surrenders


     Adoptions:

  •      8 Canine adoptions
  •      20 Feline adoptions
Shelter Animals Count | The National Database Project

Monthly Statistics 2017

July 2017


     Intakes:

  •    8 Canine intakes
    • 2 Strays
    • 6 Owner surrenders 
  •     21 Feline intakes
    • 14  Strays
    • 7 Owner surrenders


Adoptions:

  •      2 Canine adoptions
  •      8 Feline adoptions

May 2017


     Intakes:

  •   4 Canine intakes
    • 2 Strays
    • 2 Owner surrenders  
  •    0 Feline intakes


     Adoptions:

  •      4 Canine adoptions
  •      0 Feline adoptions

March 2017


     Intakes:

  •      8 Canine intakes
    • 8 Owner Surrenders
  •      4 Feline intakes
    • 3 Strays
    • 1 Owner surrender


     Adoptions:

  •      7 Canine adoptions
  •      5 Feline adoptions

Our Mission:


2nd Chance Animal Rescue of Richmond, Inc is a no-kill, not for profit, 501(c)3, volunteer based animal shelter and foster for the homeless, ill and injured animals of Wayne County Indiana. Animals are housed and cared for until permanent homes are available.

January 2017


     Intakes:

  •      3 Canine intakes
  •      18 Feline intakes


    Adoptions

  •      3 Canine adoptions
  •      15 Feline adoptions

Adoption:


  • 52 Canine adoptions
    • ​​69% > 6 months of age
    • ​31% < 6 months of age


  • ​135 Feline adoptions
    • ​​64% > 6 months of age
    • ​36% < 6 months of age

*A small percentage were lost animals returned to their owners.

**A shelter’s “Live Release Rate” is the number of live outcomes divided by the number of total outcomes. CAT gives every cat in our care the time and support they need to find a loving home. However, because we take in some very vulnerable and sick cats and kittens—including newborn orphaned kittens—some of the cats in our care do pass away or are humanely euthanized to end suffering due to incurable disease.